Lumpen 12 - Monsters

Publisher: Class Work Project

Lumpen: A journal for poor and working class writers is exactly what it sounds like. First hand accounts of lives on the rock face of austerity, critical assessments of the state of the left, the UK, and the international.

This issue is a full of what goes bump in night, from the terror of madness and enclosure, to bodily horror and the equally horrifying extremes of middle class wellness, - expect to meet harpies, unidentified-underwater evil, and care home monsters.

Featuring June Thunderstorm's Smokers Manifesto, tales of robot revolution from Chris Bird, the recounting of a recurring dream that haunted Sam Dodd for seven years until they got sober, and the recalling of the physical and emotional turmoil of abortion by Dolly Carrie.

All introduced with an editorial from our Hannah Pearce, in which they ask how monsters are made, meaning who is the 'us' and who is the 'them'.

Illustrated in collaboration with the newest monster on the scene, AI. Creepy.


Digital Printed
130 Pages

Suggested Price: £5.00

5 in stock